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    August 1, 2013
    6:00 - 7:01am PDT  

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>> it is really stressful. it is nothing that we can do to stop it. >> good morning, top stories we're following this the bart strike deadline is now just days away, and both sides of the bargaining table appear to still be far apart. a second bart strike is looming as union contracts are set to expire on sunday night sending union workers back to the picket line, and thousands of bay area monday morning. >> we will start out with a live look from golden gate bridge. in it's almost as looking like a postcard outside. in terms of the temperatures it is a chilly start with upper 40's. into the afternoon that will climb into the low 80s. the
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temperatures are still between 5 and 10 degrees and where we should be. i will break down your afternoon high, my next report. >> in the midst of what has already been a slow ride on 580 westbound through the alta mott there has been a report of a stalled a big rig that is blocking the right-hand lane. this is adding more the delays. this may become a hot spot. >> a second a bart strike is looming as union contracts are set to expire on sunday night. union workers back to the picket line, leaving hundreds of people stranded. kron fours mike pelton is live at west oakland where negotiations are set to resume today. >> today is a big day in the
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negotiations because the union may issue a 72 hour strike. that will allow the impossibility to walk off the job on monday morning curry at today's negotiations are expected to resume at noon today. they stated that no progress was made and although they reached an agreement on several issues, you can see part of the labor unions are leaving late last night. one of the biggest issues is the pay increases. bart is offering a 8% increase. bart and the union are still at odds on health-care and pension. both sides do not even agree on what these proposals adulate mean for workers. they have agreed to meet every day. >> until we make progress,
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both the safety and the proposals that the union has which the district has had no response. the economic proposals we unfortunately do not have very good news to report. >> there are very structural changes that need to be made in terms of pension and health-care costs. those need to be made an order for us to continue to run another four years. if >> that was just four days to go to a potential bart strike is in place. we know that both bart and one of the largest labor unions are born to have several press conferences later. union workers are born to rally today at 5:00 p.m.. >> transit officials admit that it is impossible for any transit agency to take on the 400- thousand people who ride bart each weekday.
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officials warn traffic in the bay area could be much worse than during the earlier july bart walkout. you can see the back up from the last bart strike that happened during the 4th of july holiday. when many people were on vacation. percent more drivers are expected be on the roads next week if there is another strike. during that bart walkout in early july, san francisco bay ferries carried an average of 18-thousand riders a day. that's triple the riders than on a regular day. this is video from our helicopter partnership with abc 7 news. showing people crowded onto the boats. ferries says it is prepared to put more boats out on the water. they will also add extra trips during the morning and evening commute. >> you can get the latest developments on bart and the strike threat no matter where you go with the new kron 4 news app. it is free and available on just about any mobile
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device; android, apple, blackberry, kindle. it's another way we're giving you more local news, the kron 4 news app, download it today. >> new this morning. fire crews are on the scene of a one-alarm fire in san francisco's chinatown district this morning. this is video from the scene of the fire. it broke out shortly after three a-m in the 800 block of clay street. that's near portsmouth plaza square. no word yet on if there are any injuries. the cause of the fire remains under investigation. >> a chinese professor who was seriously injured in the asiana airlines crash has filed a $5 million lawsuit against the carrier. zhengheng xie is filing under an exemption in an international treaty that limits legal actions by foreigners. the treaty would have limited xie's legal settlement to no more than one hundred- 35 thousand dollars in china, where he
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is from, or south korea, where asiana is based. but xie's son purchased his father's round-trip ticket in the united states, making it an exception to the treaty. the july 6 crash left three passengers dead and 180 injured. >> just crossing the wires. n-s-a leaker edward snowden has been granted one year temporary asylum in russia. he has left the moscow airport and entered russia earlier this morning. snowden had been held in the airport since june 23rd since his arrival from hong kong. according to his lawyer. he has been granted one year temporary asylum in russia. the u.s. is charging him with espionage for leaking the existence of nsa surveillance programs.
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meantime, president obama is implied in a bipartisan group of lawmakers to the white house today to discuss their concerns about the national security agency's surveillance programs. off the meeting comes as lawmakers concerned about privacy are pushing the nsa is authorities. obama is national security team is arguing to keep the surveillance powers intact. >> a man charged and the death of to san francisco jury store clerks and critically wounding the shot, has pleaded not guilty to murder and other felony charges. if this is video from the scene of the shooting on july 12th. the attack inside the sampras's go give center and jewelry
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marts was captured by store surveillance cameras. >> live pictures from a cleveland, ohio courtroom where ariel castro-- the man who held three women captive for a decade is to be sentenced this morning. castro could get up to life in prison plus a thousand years. he pleaded guilty last week to 937 counts including murder and kidnapping. before a judge delivers a sentence, castro expected to deliver a lengthy statement. prosecutors say one of the captives documented in her diary castro's years of sexual and physical abuse of the three women. prosecutors are expected to detail those accounts before >> the time is 6:08 a.m.. we >> the time is 6:08 a.m.. we will be right back. get on board for better sleep. >> the time is 6:08 a.m.. we it's sleep train's. interest-free for 3 event! get 3 years interest-free financing
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>> welcome back. poll: californians ok with brown ahead of election, want more state action on climate change sacramento, calif. - a new poll shows that gov. jerry brown has a record high 54 percent approval rating with california voters before he heads into a likely re- election campaign next year. but the poll by the public policy institute of california finds there is less support for the democratic governor when it comes to climate change. only 44 percent of likely voters say they approve of how brown has handled the issue. the governor has not announced that he's running for re-election next year, but he filed campaign finance reports wednesday showing he has more than $10 million in his campaign account, and another $3 million in a ballot measure committee account. the public policy institute's survey is based on interviews with 1,273 likely voters by landline and cellphone from july 9- 13. it has a sampling error
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margin of plus or minus 3.9 voters. local officials across northern california are growing more frustrated with illegal marijuana grows. they've asked the state for help in protecting streams and rivers from harmful sediment and chemicals used in the illegal grows, which are often carved out of hillsides by bulldozers. they had hoped to charge growers under federal and state clean water regulations with tougher penalties than the infractions local officials could impose. but so far, the state agency in charge of protecting the region's water says it is too dangerous. too dangerous. uh-oh! guess what day it is?? too dangerous. guess what day it is! huh...anybody? julie! hey...guess what day it is?? ah come on, i know you can hear me. mike mike mike mike mike... what day is it mike? ha ha ha ha ha ha! leslie, guess what today is? it's hump day. whoot whoot! ronny, how happy are folks who save hundreds of dollars switching to geico? i'd say happier than a camel on wednesday. hump day!!! yay!! get happy. get geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more.
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>> welcome back to the kron 4 morning news. >> we are all up waking up itching closer to friday. in fact some of us are already seeing sunshine. let's take a look at the temperatures. it is cooler in the north bay. santa rosa is at 46 degrees. 55 degrees and san jose and 57 degrees out the door in sampras's go. futurecast 4 shows by noon we will see 60's in the bay. we will climb into the 70 degree territory in concord and fairfield. we will see
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more in the way of low 80s as with a question to the afternoon. by 8:00 p.m. tonight the clouds will return. i do want take a closer look at afternoon highs. we will start things out in the south bay. campbell will have a high of 82 degrees. the temperatures today will be between five to nine degrees cooler than where we should be. evergreen will be at 82 degrees. >> check out pittsburg at 84 degrees. we will see low 80s and plenty of sunshine in walnut creek. 64 degrees in richmond. san francisco, we have not seen many 70's for the month of july. berkeley will be coming in at 65 degrees. cool conditions, we
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will see breaks of sunshine for places like daly city. a quick look at your national highs. we do have a few showers. new york city will have a high of 78 degrees. back during the bay area your extended forecasts, your 7 day around the bay highlights this pattern of morning fog. if the temperatures will continue to be below the seasonal average. the time is 6:17 a.m.. >> we have been watching the ride on interstate 580 as a potential hot spot. there was a stalled been great. it has been cleared from the lane. the traffic is still slow coming out of livermore valley and alta mount pass way into the livermore valley. we would expect to see a better right now the allies have been reopened. this was the only incident of concern. we're looking at a pretty good ride from the bay. the toll plaza is showing a back up in the
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center lane and that means that it is mostly affecting the fasttrack customers. your ride to the san mateo bridge highway 92 is still small and it is an element of drive time. here is a ride to the golden gate bridge 1 01 southbound is okay coming from marin county. you are problem free heading north to berlin. >> secretary of state john kerry is hoping to improve u.s. relations with pakistan. he's meeting today in islamabad with newly elected prime minister and pakistan's powerful army chief. topics such as islamic extremism, the war in neighboring afghanistan and pakistani opposition to u.s. drone strikes are expected to dominate the discussion. >> the number of people suffering from a stomach bug has grown to nearly 400 people in 15 states.
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federal officials warn it is too early to say if the outbreak is over. the outbreak of the rare parasite "cyclospora" has been traced to pre-packaged salad in iowa and nebraska. but officials have not released the company name who packaged the salad or where the salad was sold. the lack of information has fueled concern from critics who say information about the outbreaks is crucial for consumers. >> fears of e-coli contamination have prompted another major beef recall. the national beef packing company -- based in kansas -- is recalling 50-thousand pounds of ground beef that may be contaminated. it's the company's second recall this summer. so far, no one has gotten sick. the beef was sold to markets, wholesalers and food service distributors around the country, and has the establishment number "208 a" inside the u-s-d-a mark of inspection. >> the time is now 6:19
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a.m.. the morning-after pill is now on sale in most pharmacies and grocery stores around the country. starting today, "plan b" will be on shelves instead of behind the counter. for the first time the emergency contraception will also be available to women under 17 without a prescription. the marks the end of a long legal battle to make it more easily available. >> the american red cross is asking for more blood donations during the summer months. the red cross is in need of platelet donors in addition to donors with blood types o- negative, b-negative and a- negative. the organization issued an emergency call for donations in june when they were less than 50-thousand blood and platelet donors. since then, donations have increased 15 percent. northern california blood services needs approximately 300 donors each day. >>
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a funeral will be held today for a woman who died in a boating accident on new york's hudson river just two weeks before her wedding. the service for lindsey stewart will be held at the church where she would have been married on aug. 10. stewart died friday night when the powerboat she was in crashed into a barge. her fiance was injured and his best man also was killed. >> an attorney representing san diego's mayor says that the city should foot the
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bill to defend bob sooner against a sexual-harassment lawsuit off because he was never trained. cylinders lawyers made the arguments in a letter to the city council on monday. san diego city council has made it clear that they won'will not have no part in illegal dealings of sylmar. they are urging him to resign. >> it is now offical for gay couples to marry into more states. this was the scene and minneapolis at midnight, ride a lot goes into effect. 42 couples were married by the mayor of minneapolis and several other county judges. minnesota officials expect 5000 gay couples to get married this year. same-sex
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marriage also took effect today in rhode island. >> we will be right back.
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>> watching wall street this morning. futures trading shows all three indexes positive at this hour. after a day of rallies-- the stock market closed out july with it's best monthly gain since january. here's a look at how the markets closed yesterday. the dow fell 21 points. the nasdaq gained 10 points. and the s-and-p 500 fell a fraction. >> pentagon officials insist they are not crying wolf when they say proposed budget cuts could severely harm the military. defense secretary chuck hagel said about $500 billion in automatic budget cuts slated to take effect over the next decade could leave the nation with an
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ill-prepared, underequipped militaryto face more technologically advanced enemies. hagel says if congress doesn't act to avoid the cuts, the pentagon may be forced to mothball up to three navy aircraft carriers and order additional sharp reductions in the size of the army and marine corps >> a bipartisan bill that would lower the costs of borrowing for millions of students is now awaiting the president's signature. yesterday, the house gave final congressional approval to legislation that links student loan interest rates to the financial markets. the bill would offer lower rates for most students now-- but higher ones down the line if the economy improves as expected. undergraduates this fall would borrow at a three- point-nine interest rate for subsidized and unsubsidized stafford loans. >> attorneys for j-c penney and macy's are set to be back in court today after a three month break to present closing arguments in a contract dispute over a partnership with the martha stewart brand. the case centers on whether
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macy's has exclusive rights to sell certain martha stewart merchandise-- including bath items and kitchenware. the trial has put the c-e- o's of both companies and stewart herself on the stand. a new york state supreme court judge could decide the case as early as tomorrow. >> a new smartphone app and plug-in device could turn your phone in to a bio- sensor. a series of lenses and filters in the plug-in device mirror those found in larger, more expensive laboratory units. when pluged in to a smartphone then app can detect toxins and bacteria, spot water contamination and identify allergens in food like peanuts. the handheld biosensor was developed by researchers at the university of illinois. >> here is a live look in cleveland. he is going to be sentenced. if we are expected to hear from castro as well as one of the victims coming up.
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>> welcome back. the opening bell on wall street. it will be a big day on wall street. we had a big drop of americans filing for unemployment. we are waiting for the monthly job report to come on. we have some good news coming from procter and gamble. the numbers are expected to be big. dow futures are up 110 points. we will have the numbers for you and we would check with rob black as 6:45 a.m.. >> the time is 6:30 a.m.. let's check in with the
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weather. >> this is something that we have not seen in a while, sunshine at the golden gate bridge. the temperatures will still be fairly chilly. the temperatures today will be between five to nine degrees cooler for this time of year. we will see a slide of as we wrap up the work week. we do have changes to talk about as we head into next week. i will have full details of what to expect a 6:45 a.m.. >> we are still looking at a pretty good ride and that means the we are not tracking any hot spots. here is a look picture commute from walnut creek. currently this is about a 19 to 20 minute ride from on the creek. commute check shows the there is really only slow traffic on 580 and highway 4. when w
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>> a second bart strike is looming as union contracts are set to expire on sunday night sending union workers back to the picket line, and leaving hundreds of thousands of bay area commuters stranded come monday morning. talks are set to resume today at noon. kron fours mike pelton is live at the west oakland bart stations. good morning mike. >> if the workers walked off the job next week, the labor issue may issue a 72 hour-- here you can see the labor union and bart management was wrapping up negotiating after they met for about 10 hours. a union representative stated that no progress was made. the two sides remained in i it's about pay increase and
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pension increases. each side is pointing the fingers at the other stating that it doesn't add up. >> it was really hard for me because i was going to work late. >> i work every day of the week so i need to know how long they're going to be out. how many days? >> it is distressful. >> they should just try to compromise, please, for the people. we have nothing to do with this. we just need to get to and from work. please add compromise because we needed. >> negotiations are set to resume at noon. at 5:00 p.m. the bart workers will have a rally. by the end of the night we may get that 72 hour strike notice from the labor union. >> 6:33 a.m.. live pictures
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from cleveland, ohio court room where castroon a story you will only se aerriel castro, the mano help three women capped a four a decade is to be sentenced this morning. we are watching for him to address the court room. michelle knight is expected to address the court as well. >> it is known by everyone that he waived his rights. >> they are talking about the charges of completing the guilty. he is expected to get a lifee plus a thousand years. they have
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released the details that the women kept diaries of being hailed. there were onlonly given one meal a day. >> new this morning. a woman was attacked early this morning at a park in santa clara. it happened just after 1:00 a.m. at the " city plaza park " at lexington and main street. the woman was reportedly assaulted by a man was she was walking along the area. if this is just a few blocks from santa clara university. the woman suffered minor injuries. we're still waiting for a description of the suspect. >>
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linebed bugs have been confirmed in one of the two goodwill warehouses still shut down in the bay area this morning. exterminators are scheduled to tent and treat the affected area at the san francisco warehouse at 11th and mission. this video shows a pest control inspector and his bed bug sniffing dog leaving the charity's burlingame location after searching the area for several hours. no trace of the bugs found there. the dog got worn out before checking the entire space and another dog will be brought in to finish the job today. people showing up to drop off donations or shop were a little rattled on the news. nearly everything inside the san francisco warehouse is being taken to a landfill. >> sonoma county is upgrading the water supply pipeline to santa rosa to make it more seismically sound. the project includes
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installing 2-thousand feet of a 36-inch diameter steel water supply pipeline where the aqueduct crosses rodgers creek fault. the steel pipe will bend in the event of a fault rupture due to a major earthquake. the project is partially funded with a one-point- three million dollar fema hazard mitigation grant. >> san francisco refuse collection and disposal rate for has finalized a 22% rate increase for trash collection. this rate hike will go into effect starting today. the board finalize the approval of a monthly increase of $6.17. that is up from the current rate of $27.91. however, if they households which is to its smaller 20-1 been there rate would decrease to $24.68.
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the decreases in an effort to get more people to recycle. >> we will be right back. look at 'em.
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>> the time is 6:40 a.m.. as we have reported this morning, in asnsa leaker edward snowden is out of moscow airport and he has been granted one-year asylum in russia. snowden had been held in the airport since june 23rd, since his arrival from hong kong. we asked our viewers what you think of the latest developments. >> karen andersen ,
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snowden's revelations do not threaten u.s. security, but reveal our loss of security and liberty as u.s. citizens. >> denyse ingram, only time will tell whether he is a trader or a hero. we are fools if we think everything our government does is beyond reproach. he is just showing us what we already know in our hearts is true, but we are too afraid to admit it. >> pam kiotovich, only one year?? cu? american hero we must stand behind him! >> join the conversation by
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first liking the kron4 facebook page. then you can sound off below the story. >> we will be right back.
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>> welcome back. we are watching wall street with our financial expert rob black.
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>> the s&p 500 is crossing the 1700 mark for the first time ever. >> i was looking at the numbers and they came in at 327,000, this is the first time that unemployment--any number of under 400,000 is good. we need tomorrows the numbers to create over 250 which would be ideal. we need a strong enough. >> it looks like the adp numbers came on yes. the economy is slow, but it appears to be getting better. >> it is not frozen. you do not want it too hot. it will increase inflation.
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gdp is going to continue to add 01 and yesterday's number was surprisingly stronger than what we had expected. there is a lot of consumption. as a nation, as we consume our economy is working. >> we had worries about europe because of their gains. they were down 1%. at least we are growing. are we worried about your? >> know. both york and china are manufacturing more than expected. any number over 50 is growing anything under 50 is contracting. york is doing things very slowly. china is also slowing down. they only had 7 1/2% growth. >> i am. most analysts are
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side ways. >> we have 18 percent this year. if i could get this every year and be done by july and take the next year off that would be great. the s&p 500 is expensive, they need more sales, more jobs. otherwise, people are fearful. warren buffett's stated that you should be fearful when people are being greedy. >> >>tomorrow we do have high
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clause that are going to be peeping out. we are same breaks of sunshine. it looks like we will be cooler today than what we are used to sing. the temperature may be anywhere from two to eight degrees cooler than where we should be. concord will be in the upper 80s for august 1st. we are three degrees cooler in oakland and four degrees cooler for downtown san francisco. the difference today is that we do not have this extensive clout spread cover perry x it is pretty clear skies for fairfield and napa. we do not have any problems with a visibility. >> a lot of the cloud cover will push back and we may actually see some breaks of sunshine closer to ocean beach. here's a look attractive and highs. we will start off at danville at 80 degrees. mainly sunny
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skies and britain would has a high of 84 degrees. we will keep things in the '60s. it will feel comfortable with oakland coming in at 67 degrees. i think we will want to blow 70's.'70s and '80s for the south bay. 82 degrees for campbell. will stay in the '70s for cupertino and santa clara. here is a look at the peninsula that will be in low 60's for downtown san francisco. last but not least here is a ligature north bay. upper 70 for napa and santa rosa. >> it will be a little bit warmer as we head into the weekend. saturday and sunday you can expect a
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brief warm-up. the time is 6:50 a.m.. >> we are experiencing a great ride at the bay bridge. we have bat incident for which is good news. look at how light the right is. is not even halfway into the parking lot. it is very short lived. .. there are no prr you and it is just light conditions. the san mateo bridge is also an easy ride with no delays. your commute to the golden gate bridge is a good one as well. it is one of the prettiest and we have seen in a while. as we update the drive time we have picked of slowing on both 680 south bound and 80 westbound. the ride is 19 minutes from hercules to berkeley. the south bay had
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a stall at the julian mckee and the traffic is a little bit heavier heading up to the 280, 680 interchange. your ride through marin county is looking pill with no delays. it is a little congestion by the civic center. otherwise, it is a good ride. >> the peninsula has an incident reported in march road. it is not delaying traffic and i will update it for you. >> we will be right back as the kron 4 morning news continues. the dow jones is scorned higher. they have a better weekly jobs report coming out. the s&p 500 is crossing the 1700 mark for the first time. we're also watching facebook stock. it is at $38 a share. facebook is at $37.42.
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>> welcome back. the time is 6:56 a.m.. here is a look at the 7 day or around the bay forecast. some of you do have fog but we will rocket out.work it out. >> onto bay area baseball. and some good news for the oakland athletics. since the midstbartolo colon on the mound >> of the bottom of the ss
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he cannot make the catch. he scores and ties the game of that to. the blue jays became hot and scored three runs on the top of the tent. the 15 to 2. >>intense. that 15 to 2. >>tenth. >> he drove in two runs to make it two-one. his family was in the stands watching. pill scores and his family loved it. top of the seven the score is 7-1 giants. this was the first home run for the giants and 350 bats.
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the final is 9-2. the giants finished with eight wins and 17 losses. this is the worst month since 1994. that play again at 4:05 p.m. and philadelphia. >> coming up on kron 4 morning news at 7:00 a.m.. nsa leaker is finally able to enter russia. will have details on why he was able to finally. >> at 745 a and will talk with gary radnich about sports. >> we are but a big turning our attention to football and what is up with kaeper nick.
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